High schools: Hat tricks by Ferwerda, Curley lead H-D over West; plus more soccer and golf results

Published: 09-28-2023 11:56 PM

Boys’ Soccer

Hillsboro-Deering 7, Manchester West 4

Key players: H-D – Mason Ferwerda (3 goals, 2 assists), Brady Curly (3 goals), Dylan Braun (goal, 2 assists), Alex Crowe (assist), Braden Savoy (5 saves, including a penalty save)

Highlights: After going down 2-0, the Hillcats fought back to take the lead, dominating possession. Ferwerda’s hat trick included his 50th career goal.

Coach’s quote: “After a disappointing start, the boys showed great resilience to get the lead back and build off of it. Huge congrats to Brady and Mason for their hat tricks, and special congratulations to Mason for his 50th goal in high school.” – H-D’s Joey Gillett

Records: H-D 6-4; West 2-7

Girls’ Soccer

Concord 1, Nashua South 0

Key players: Concord – Kate Dickson (goal), Kelley Mikelson (5 saves)

Highlights: Dickson hit a shot from 25 yards out that went right into the bottom right corner midway through the second half.

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Coach’s quote: “Our girls played well the whole game tonight. They have had an emotional week with everything we celebrated earlier this week and answered the call. We are into the second half of the season and are looking to keep going and playing well at the right time.” – Concord’s Andrew Mattarazzo

Records: Concord 5-3-1; Nashua South 5-5-0

Coe-Brown 4, Laconia 0

Key players: Coe-Brown – Abbey Franke (2 goals), Bella Lapierre (goal), Jaelyn Demers (goal), Alyviah Blad (2 assists), Lily Wolf (assist), Somer Loto (assist), Maggie Escabi (assist), Sadie Scruton (2 saves), Jennifer Noni (midfield), Avery Wells (defense), Bella Tenney (defense), Jadyn Spearin (midfield)

Highlights: Franke scored on a header in the 17th minute for the Bears off a corner kick from Blad. Franke added another goal late in the first half. Escabi connected with Demers for the third goal of the game, while the duo of Loto and Wolf linked passes to assist on the goal by Lapierre.

Coach’s quote: “We needed a good result in a week with three games, so the win is huge for the team as we move forward. We have to play again in 24 hours at D-I Spaulding so we can only enjoy this win tonight and we turn our attention to the next opponent. We were able to see some good play from many players today and we keep growing with each game.” – Coe-Brown’s Josh Hils 

Records: Coe-Brown 6-2-1; Laconia 6-4-0

Hopkinton 3, Derryfield 2

Key players: Hopkinton  – Paige Prisco-Nelson (goal, assist), Keegan St. Cyr (goal), Avery Chase (goal), Annie Morrall (assist), Maeve Owens (defense)

Highlights: The Cougars scored first, but the Hawks overcame two one-goal deficits to claim the win.

Coach’s quote: “This was definitely our game to lose today. Nothing was going our way and we were always on the back foot all game long. Needless to say we were lucky to get the win.” – Hopkinton’s Mike Zahn

Records: Hopkinton 10-1; Derryfield 4-6


Concord 187, Merrimack 225, Nashua South 247

Key players: Concord – Gavin Richardson (36), Carl Sirrianna (37), Alex Pelletier (38), Brett McDonough (38), Griffin Norwalt (38), Dawson Fancher (40), Jordan Dustin (40), Zach Nelson (42)

Highlights: The Crimson Tide dominated its senior match at Concord Country Club, with Concord golfers posting the eight lowest scores.

Records: Concord 20-1; Merrimack 3-13; Nashua South 0-19

Timberlane 200, Merrimack Valley 208, Hollis-Brookline 233

Key players: MV – Andrew Surprenant (37), Matt Lauren (42), Isaak Davis (42), Michael Kingsbury (43), Trevor Cote (45)

Highlights: Surprenant recorded another strong finish, and Lauren and Davis provided strong support as the Pride split a match against the Cavaliers and Owls to end the regular season at The Overlook. MV now waits for the rest of the Division II regular season to conclude to see if the Pride qualify for the D-II team championship on Oct. 10. The Pride is currently in seventh place.

Coach’s quote: “This was a strong performance to end the season on. The Overlook is a challenging track, but our guys played smart, effective golf. We’re looking forward to the potential of sending a team to the state tournament where we can hopefully build on this momentum.” – MV’s Joe Dougherty

Records: Timberlane 21-7; MV 18-10; Hollis-Brookline 3-21

Derryfield 78, Coe-Brown 72, John Stark 64

Key players: Coe-Brown – Alex Myslinsky (20 points), Hunter Demas (19 points), Joe Fenton (18 points), Braden Burt (15 points)

Highlights: The Bears wrapped up their regular season by splitting a tri-meet at home at Nippo Lake. Stark ended its season with a pair of losses.

Records: Derryfield 14-3; Coe-Brown 16-8; John Stark 4-21